CWI Digicel Regional four-day C/Ships …Guyana Jaguars two wickets away from victory despite Mohamed’s...
Report and photos by Zaheer Mohamed A spirited effort by the bowlers took Guyana Jaguars within sight of victory against Trinidad and Tobago’s Red Force when the third day’s play of the final round of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Digicel Regional four-day championships concluded yesterday.
By Sean Devers Half centuries from Sherfane Rutherford and Raymond Reifer and explosive knocks from Test batsman Shimron Hetymer and Anthony Bramble led Guyana Jaguars to 466-7 in reply to T&T Red Force’s 135 when the second day of their final round CWI Digicel Regional four-day Championship game ended at Providence yesterday.
By Zaheer Mohamed President of the Essequibo Cricket Board Fizul Bacchus said he wants for see more competitive cricket being played in Essequibo for the 2018 season.
Guyana Jaguars will be looking to formalise their fourth straight title success in the final round of the CWI Digicel Regional four-day Championships when they come up against a Red Force side that has lost their last three matches to fall out of contention from today at Providence.
The Upper Corentyne Cricket Association held a General Members Meeting on Thursday 28th December, 2017, at the Riverton Suite at which the Cricket Programme for 2018 was discussed and approved.
The Overseas Disturbance Sports Club (ODSC) which comprises Guyanese players now living in the Diaspora who are mostly former residents and sports personalities from the New Amsterdam and Canje areas in Berbice.
The highly successful and long standing relationship between the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, MS and Scotia Bank was renewed for another year last Tuesday.
One D defeated One A in the final of the Queens College Boy’s Inter-Class Tapeball 10-over cricket competition during the two days of the Christmas term on the school’s Basketball Court while One B beat One C in the Girls softball final.
Cricketing fans in the Upper Corentyne area were treated much excitement when action in the Upper Corentyne Cricket Association (UCCA)/Roy Baijnauth T/20 knockout competition gained momentum in that area.